I don’t have an iPhone (yet) but here’s a ‘day in the life of’ an iPhone user. I wanted to give the woman’s point of view. I’d like to think it’s the start of a short series showing how iPhones are indispensable to 21st-century women of all ages.
Quite a good day, despite desperate run for train as forgot iPhone and had to go back. Doing e-mail on train when Sis rings to say she’s preg and would I be godmother. Shock and delight so listen to iTunes until Waterloo.
Team meeting OK: my designs accepted. Wow! Sandwich lunch: Mum texts, ‘I’m going to be a granny’, and travel agent e-mails. Christmas in the Maldives: hooray! Think I need a camera, look at Amazon and nearly invest in a new one with video, realise iPhone camera is as good. Save £200: not bad.
Afternoon a happy haze of achievement. On way home am looking for recipe online when Ben rings to suggest eating at new restaurant out in the sticks. He’s not sure where. ‘No prob,’ I say, ‘my iPhone GPS will sort it. You drive and I’ll navigate.’ Abandon recipe app and play Scrabble online until Woking. Score 47 over Bro Nick in Brisbane, feel pleased. N not amused.
Fix hair, slip into L.B.D. iPhone navigator takes us to restaurant in good time: no more arguing over maps! Dinner divine. Fusion with an Italian influence.
Home in blissful state and – bed.